The Jewish Dispensation ended In AD. 32 after Christ ascends to heaven, Acts 1/9, then Peter opens the door to the New Testament Church, Acts chapter 2: verse 38.
Acts chapter 2 verse 38 is where the Church of Christ contends the doors of the Church in the New Testament are first opened.
The early church guided by the apostles was scriptural, but Gradually Apostatized into the Catholic Church around 350 AD, where it dominated for some 1150 years, and still is all around in various locations.
From the first century and into the Catholic Church’s domination for some 1150 years and then into the present time period, the Jewish Dispensation assumes it’s still recognized as a legitimate religious institution.
The New Testament written in the first century became God’s Word as the Jewish Dispensation faded into history. Around 1798 the New Testament Church started to reappear and return to the principles of New Testament teachings,
Note with the help of these men, wanting to only teach what is taught in their individual churches: James O’Kelly, Abner Jones, Elias Smith, Barton Warren Stone, Thomas Campbell, and Alexander Campbell, the New Testament was on its way of reappearing.
As noted in my past articles on this subject, Assyria takes captive the House of Israel, and they were never heard from again. Babylon captures the House of Judah and takes them to Babylon where they existed for 70 years.
But after Cyrus king of Persia conquers the Babylonian Empire in 539 B.C. a year later he granted the Jews permission to return to their homeland and build a new temple.
As time rolled on in 70 AD. the Jews fought the Romans and lost. The great temple that King Herod had built caught on fire and was destroyed and the Romans took apart the temple stones to get out the gold that had melted and run into the mortar.
Finally fed up with them the Romans expelled all of them from dominating Israel. They wandered abroad in various countries like Russia, for example, played by anti-Semitism the people of the country used against them.
Germany under the dictator Hitler persecuted the Jews and executed up to 6 million. After World War II ended Israel was reestablished by England in 1948. It became a permanent home for Jews who wanted to live there. Golda Meir was their first Prime Minister.
The Law given to Moses on Mount Sinai by the Lord was never heard from again, as It’s not practiced anymore.